Other Treatments

Teeth with periodontal (gum) disease, decay, injuries, or orthodontic problems may not require extraction, but may involve other types of treatment or repair. In such cases, other surgical treatments are necessary to prevent the spread of infection and improve the long-term health of your teeth. Excellent dental health is important. There is gathering medical evidence that chronic dental or gum infections can affect your general and cardiac health. Here are some of the other treatments we offer:

Periodontal (Gum) Surgery

Some teeth do not develop the normal protective layer of sturdy gum tissue, or else that layer has been lost due to recession of the gums. Gum recession can often be repaired using specialized tissue grafting procedures. Other teeth may need re-contouring of the gum tissues for cosmetic improvement or to prepare teeth for restoration.
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Surgical Orthodontics

There are many patients who have more severe orthodontic conditions that cannot be successfully treated by orthodontics alone. We work in close cooperation with your orthodontist, who will specify which teeth need to be strategically removed or uncovered, and which areas of your jawbone require corrective treatment.
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Snoring And Sleep Disorders

An increasing number of adults suffer from sleep disorders such as severe snoring or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Sleep disorders can cause a variety of cardiovascular and other health problems. Successful treatment may include an oral appliance, breathing machine, or surgery of the airway in order to improve breathing during sleep.
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Jaw Joint Disorders

Symptoms in the jaw joint, such as pain, clicking or popping, or locking may indicate a disorder of the jaw joint or temporomandibular joint (TMJ). In many cases, non-surgical treatments utilizing medications, physical therapy or bite appliance therapy are all that are needed. More severe cases may require minimally invasive procedures.
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Dental & Facial Trauma

Most injuries to the teeth, jaw, and facial structures are minor and can be easily treated in our office. For children or adults, sedation techniques can be employed to deliver comfortable and safe treatment. More severe injuries or fractures may require treatment in an operating room.
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Treatment While you Sleep

We want you to be completely comfortable and free from anxiety during your treatment. Virtually all our procedures can be performed while you are asleep with the aid of intravenous sedation anesthesia. Your safety is assured by our expertly trained staff and our state-of-the-art surgery facility. If you are anxious about your treatment, our practice is just right for you.
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